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LEWES.

LEWES.

Extraordinary Scene at a Funeral.—On Wednesday scene of a most extraordinary and painful character was witnessed at Lewes, in connection with the usually solemn service for the burial of the dead. It appears that a daughter of the Rev. J. Scobell, of All Saints', Southover, Lewe
November 24, 1857 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
THE LONDON MARKETS.—Friday.

THE LONDON MARKETS.—Friday.

The supply of English wheat received fresh up to-day was limited, but there were several of Monday's unsold samples on offer. For all kinds we experienced a heavy demand, and the late decline in the quotations was with difficulty supported In some instances prices were nominal.
November 24, 1857 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
OVER-COATS. VESTS. TROWSERS. H. J. and D. NICOLL, REGENT STREET, and CORNHILL, LONDON, ° CANTERBURY and its Vicinity, that they

OVER-COATS. VESTS. TROWSERS. H. J. and D. NICOLL, REGENT STREET, and CORNHILL, LONDON, ° CANTERBURY and its Vicinity, that they

have THOMAB BRINE, WATERLOO HOUSE, 35, 36, and 37, ST. GEORGE'S STREET, CANTERBURY, d tensiT J J Stocko GARMENTS for the Winter Season, in Cheviot Tweed RIDING COATS and >Et>lt>, Melton and Patent FLR BEAVER OVER-COATS, SLEEVE CAPES, PATENT PALETOTS, Ac " Regent Street, London,
November 24, 1857 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
ALDERNEY, JERSEY, AND GUERNSEY COWS AND HEIFERS. EDWARD PARSONS FOWLER, OF JERSEY, QOLE and only reliable Exporter, will seU /"lately,

ALDERNEY, JERSEY, AND GUERNSEY COWS AND HEIFERS. EDWARD PARSONS FOWLER, OF JERSEY, QOLE and only reliable Exporter, will seU /"lately,

on MONDAY NEXT, the 30th instant, and Two following days, at the CITY REPOSITORY, Barbican London, 50 choice CALVERS, 10 with calves at side. Sale day the last Monday in every month. Catalogues are now ready at the Repository by applying. EAST KENT AUDIT DISTRICI\~ SHEPPEY UNION
November 24, 1857 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
AGRICULTURAL, MACHINERY AND IMPLEMENTS, OF every description, supplied at Manufacturers Prices, by THOMAS AVELING, ROCHESTER. J. T. Si UDAMORE, Esq.

AGRICULTURAL, MACHINERY AND IMPLEMENTS, OF every description, supplied at Manufacturers Prices, by THOMAS AVELING, ROCHESTER. J. T. Si UDAMORE, Esq.

ALL Persons indebted to the late JOHN THOMAS SCUDAMORE, Surgeon, of Canterbury, deceased, are requested nay their accounts within one month from the date hereof, to Edward Scudamore, Esq., of Harbledown, M.D., who is hereby empowered by the Executors to receive the same. W. J. S
November 24, 1857 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
PROVINCIAL MARKETS.

PROVINCIAL MARKETS.

CANTERBURY MARKET, Jut 1, 18JI. (As per Return furnished by the Inspector.) Brown Wheat . —to Bailing —to New Wheat to ' Tare*, per —to White Client — Flow, Fine New ditto ... 78 84 Second 63 i<- Barley to | ■ Third. New ditto 43 Hough Meal I "'1 Oat* —to ! Hops (tags* Co o«* i.
July 4, 1854 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
FIBE. MR. TASBELL bfgs off<T Thanks to the Gentlemen. Inhabitants, and Labourers of W'xe anil neighbourhood, for prompt in the

FIBE. MR. TASBELL bfgs off<T Thanks to the Gentlemen. Inhabitants, and Labourers of W'xe anil neighbourhood, for prompt in the

Fire, on bis l'rcuiisw Friday last, occasioned lightning. l'erry Court, Wye, Ist July, 1854. DOVER. COMMERCIAL FAMILY HOTEL TO TO BE LET, with First-class COMMERCIAL and FAMILY JIOTEL, with large Coachhouse, Stabling, Yard, and AaatfninlT Jtooiu attached, situate near the Place,
July 4, 1854 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
Commissions Signed thf. Lifttenant Kent.—East Kent Regiment of Militia.—l). W.Griffith Gent., to Ensign; G. Wilson, Gent., to Ensign. BIRTHS. Barter.—

Commissions Signed thf. Lifttenant Kent.—East Kent Regiment of Militia.—l). W.Griffith Gent., to Ensign; G. Wilson, Gent., to Ensign. BIRTHS. Barter.—

June Esplanade Cottage, Dover, the wife Mr. James Barter, of daughter. Bellinoham.—June "24, at Monastery House, Canterbury, the wife of William Bellingham. Esq., of a daughter. Dark.—June 26. Oxenden's Farm. Sundridge, the wife Mr. Henry Dark, of a daughter. Farkf.ll.—June 24,
July 4, 1854 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
RETURNED EMPTY PACKAGES. Three-pene* per P»d«H> (which m«nt prepaid) Mitt be charged for Returned Empties exclusive of Collection ««■ Delivery

RETURNED EMPTY PACKAGES. Three-pene* per P»d«H> (which m«nt prepaid) Mitt be charged for Returned Empties exclusive of Collection ««■ Delivery

; and the date when it wan conveyed full inunt be written each Package, I or it will not received. Half the Ordinary Parcel Rate* will be charfred for Package* containing Empty Bottle*. The charge for Collection and Deliven- of Empty Package* withia the London IHntrict will 3d.
July 4, 1854 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
MISCELI.ANTEOL S INTELLIGENCE

MISCELI.ANTEOL S INTELLIGENCE

MISCELI.AN EOL S INTELLIGENCE The Speaker’s Speech, delivered in the House of Lords, when addressing the Prince Regent, at the end of the last Session, has been piinted. The following is the passage which has excited much
November 16, 1813 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England